The 8th UK Occupational & Environmental Exposure Science Conference

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This event will take place on Thursday 21st May 2020 at MediaCity UK, Salford University

We are soliciting contributions from a diverse range of research disciplines, including those interested in measurement, toxicology, epidemiology, ergonomics, risk assessment, public health, both in relation to measurement and assessment of exposures encountered in the general environment (air, water and soil) and in occupational settings, as well as measurement and evaluation of internal exposures, target organ doses and total body burdens.

We hope that the event will provide an opportunity to network, to help establish closer links between these disciplines and to identify future multidisciplinary research strategies.

We are pleased to announce our two keynote speakers:

Professor Andrew Meharg, Queen’s University Belfast

Professor John W. Cherrie, Heriot-Watt University

Call for Abstract submission by 1st March

Here you can upload your abstract. We highly prefer a .doc or a .docx file. Please click on this link as a guideline for your abstract submission. Please keep your abstract to 1 A4 page

 

Delegate rates: £75 per person

Registration open soon

Venue: MediaCity UK. See location details here

Organisers

The organisers of the conference this year are: Dr Debapriya Mondal (Salford University) & Prof David Polya (University of Manchester)

The meeting will be organised alongside two international project meetings: Nutri-SAM-“Nature and nurture in arsenic induced toxicity of Bihar, India” on 19th of May 2020 and FAR-GANGA- “Future Secular Changes & Remediation of Groundwater Arsenic in the Ganga River Basin” https://www.farganga.org/ on 20th of May 2020. So, we are expecting a small but significant international contingent at the Exposure Science meeting – and those attending the Exposure Science meeting would also be welcome to join the relevant technical sessions of the other two meetings held at the same venue. Details to follow.